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Category Archives: Education
Fenster writes: Thaddeus Kozinski asks the perennial question: Can Studying Grammar Save Our Culture? Hint, he is writing for The Imaginative Conservative so I think his answer will be yes, don’t you? And I think I agree with him. Don’t … Continue reading
Blowhard, Esq. writes: In this NYT profile of 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki, Anne’s mother Esther has this to say about her daughter dating Yankee* Alex Rodriguez: “I liked A-Rod, he was a very nice man,” Esther Wojcicki told me. “He … Continue reading
Blowhard, Esq. writes: The Post-Modern Left imagines a system of 'systemic oppression' so devious that it allows every adult to vote, own property, work any job, move anywhere, marry anyone, learn anything, and say anything. — Geoffrey Miller (@primalpoly) November … Continue reading
Fenster writes: So here are the colleges that, according to Forbes, “produce” the most billionaires. The “produce” word suggests cause and effect, with the hint that if your kid can get in ze will absorb some of that magic pixie … Continue reading
Fenster writes: My wife makes fun of me because when I give directions I tend to mix up left and right. I don’t know why I do this. I am a fairly hard “P” (perceiver) in Meyers-Briggs terms so it … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Three authors have proposed a way to think about current and coming conflicts. Conrad Black sees the conflict as between the religious instincts of the people and the secular worldview of the elite. William Deresiewicz thinks that lurking … Continue reading